District Attorney Cliff Newell in the News
Superior Court Judge Al Dover, retired, and DA Cliff Newell Discuss the complicated issue of homelessness and the criminal justice system
Nevada County Superior Court Judge Al Dover, retired, discusses the complicated issue of homelessness and the criminal justice system with District Attorney Cliff Newell in NCTV's "Where Do We Go From Here
Despite changes in the law and difficult state mandates in criminal justice, Cliff describes the challenges and the actions he has taken to turn low-level repeat offenders into productive members of society and close the revolving door.
Sealed documents detail allegations against former Nevada County Sheriff’s deputy
Cliff Newell provides information and context to current election issues.
Dr. Phil shouts out a message of support to DA Cliff Newell and makes a Call to Men in Nevada County to stop Domestic Violence
Dr. Phil Shouts out support to DA Cliff Newell
The Nevada County District Attorney’s Office, together with the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition Agency, are sponsoring a Candlelight Vigil on Wednesday, April 9, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., in the Grass Valley City Hall parking lot. The Vigil is scheduled to honor all crime victims in Nevada County, and to increase awareness and prevention of crime. Please consider yourself invited to attend and/or participate in this meaningful event.
Crime Victims United of California'a Board of Directors voted unanimously to Endorse District Attorney Cliff Newell for Re-Election.
Jim Adams Endorses Cliff Newell: "Cliff has done a stellar job as our DA for the last 8 years." Listen here
"Cliff Newell has done a stellar job as our DA over the last 8 years."
"Cliff has always been an incredibly fair man to work with."
During his turn at the podium Cliff Newell remarked:
Justice for whom? For the victim? For the children? For the Perpetrator? Or for the community? So many are touched by just one incident of domestic.
On July 15, 2013, The California State Insurance Commissioner awarded Nevada County District Attorney’s Office Sixty-six thousand dollars to help prevent and prosecute workers’ compensation fraud.